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Established enemies of the United States have insinuated themselves into the upper echelons of the intelligence community, their influence reaching to the highest office in the land. As a ...
Established enemies of the United States have insinuated themselves into the upper echelons of the intelligence community, their influence reaching to the highest office in the land. As a decorated FBI Special Agent, Rowan Milani is a vital asset to the country's premiere law enforcement organization and, as the President's terrorist assassin, he's the main player in a very secret, very personal war on terror.
Betrayed by a trusted confidant, Rowan becomes the target of his own government and the jihadists he hunts. Despite the allegiance of loyal colleagues, a woman's unconditional love, and the sheer will to survive, he finds that there are breaking points for every man, no matter how strong.
Consummate Betrayal draws the reader into a twisting tale of treachery and betrayal in the midst of love and sacrifice. Wanted by both sides in the war on terror, Rowan is a man caught between two worlds; yet is safe in neither.
The first book in The Rowan Milani Chronicles, Consummate Betrayal is an action-packed espionage thriller set in a world irrevocably changed by the politics of terror.
Absolutely loved it! With her first novel, Mary Yungeberg skillfully combines a carefully researched plot within a refreshingly high-octane thriller. I was on pins and needles! Nicholas Guilak, Actor, Screenwriter, Producer
Terrific! Very exciting...Mary has created compelling, well-developed characters. Flows like the proverbial river - with plenty of plot twists and drama. Joan Hall Hovey, Award Winning Author of Night Corridor
I couldn't stop reading...finished it in less than twenty-four hours and hated to see it end. Everything else on the shelf seems boring now. John R. Waltner, University of South Dakota Foundation
Posted June 13, 2012
Posted June 1, 2013
Consummate Betrayal is a book that in all honesty the cover does not give away anything of what lays beneath it. I don't know quite how to say anything about this book without giving some of the story away. I have never read a book quite like it to be honest, it is in your face, gritty and to be honest some parts were hard for me to read without feeling uncomfortable and feeling great pain for the main character Rowan Milani. Having said that it is in no way a criticism of the author in fact it is just the opposite. Mary Yungeburg is an author that I would gladly read any books that she writes, she holds nothing back. It is nice to read about characters that have honour and care about others even if at first you think they are cold hearted and a jackass.
The research that went into the book must have been enormous because the detail that is given is unbelievable. I honestly can not believe that this is her first book, if I had been given this book and not told anything about it I would have thought that she had been writing books for years. I can only wish to have the talent of this woman.Her characters are so real and believeable that you could almost believe that if you turned on a television you would hear about them in a news story. I have to admit I do not normally read this type of story. If it bites you or howls at you or falls from heaven or is set in Yester year then I am your girl but as a reviewer I am finding my tastes expanding and going into directions most interesting.If you love a story to have you on the edge of your seat at the turn of ever page then Consummate Betrayal is one book I would recommend that you add to your TBR list.
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Posted February 12, 2013
Posted August 7, 2012
I couldn't put it down. This book has everything....love, drama, suspense...what more could a person ask for! I'm going to tell all my friends about this read!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 7, 2014
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